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All Chapter 1 mark Impatant Question

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History

Time : 02:00:00 Hrs
Total Marks : 98
    98 x 1 = 98
  1. The earliest age in history is called ________

    (a)

    Old Stone Age

    (b)

    New Stone Age

    (c)

    Copper Age

    (d)

    Iron Age

  2. _______ was an important source of subsistence for the Harappans.

    (a)

    Agriculture

    (b)

    Pottery

    (c)

    Craft production

    (d)

    Fishing

  3. ____________ did not have evidence of ceramics.

    (a)

    ceramic phase

    (b)

    Aceramic phase

    (c)

    middle phase

    (d)

    higher phase

  4. ________________ played an important role in the development-of archaeology in India.

    (a)

    Sir John Marshal

    (b)

    Thomas

    (c)

    Darwin

    (d)

    alexander

  5. Adichanallur is situated in _______ district

    (a)

    Coimbatore

    (b)

    Tirunelveli

    (c)

    Thothukudi

    (d)

    Vellore

  6. Assertion (A) : There is no evidence of child marriage in Early Vedic period
    Reason (R) : Women had been excluded from rituals in the later Vedic period

    (a)

    A and R are correct and R explains A

    (b)

    A and R are correct but R doesn’t explain A

    (c)

    A is correct but R is incorrect

    (d)

    Both A and R are incorrect

  7. The language of the _________ is described as Vedic Sanskrit.

    (a)

    Puranas

    (b)

    Vedas

    (c)

    dramas

    (d)

    poets

  8. ____________ used domesticated horses and chariots.

    (a)

    Aryans

    (b)

    Dravidians

    (c)

    Indians

    (d)

    Russians

  9. Buddha delivered his first sermon in _______

    (a)

    Sanchi

    (b)

    Benaras

    (c)

    Saranath

    (d)

    Lumbini

  10. Among the 16 mahajanapadas, ______ emerged as the most powerful in northern India.

    (a)

    Kosala

    (b)

    Avanti

    (c)

    Magadha

    (d)

    Kuru

  11. ____________ also played a big role in improving craft production such as pottery, carpentry and metal working.

    (a)

    Iron

    (b)

    aluminium

    (c)

    silver

    (d)

    gold

  12. These landowners employed labourers called ___________

    (a)

    grihapatis

    (b)

    dasas

    (c)

    kassakas

    (d)

    varna

  13. The first known ruler of Magadha was ______ of the Haryanka dynasty.

    (a)

    Bimbisara

    (b)

    Ajatashatru

    (c)

    Ashoka

    (d)

    Mahapadma Nanda

  14. A comprehensive historical chronicle in Pali from Sri Lanka serving as an important source for the Mauryan Period is ___________

    (a)

    Mahavamsa

    (b)

    Deepavamsa

    (c)

    Brahmanas

    (d)

    Mudrarakshasa

  15. ____________ the comprehensive historical chronicle in Pali from Sri Lanka.

    (a)

    brahmana

    (b)

    Mahavamsa

    (c)

    Kosala

    (d)

    bodhi

  16. Revenue collection was the responsibility of a collector-general ____________.

    (a)

    Achaemenid

    (b)

    samaharta

    (c)

    sthanika

    (d)

    gopas

  17. _________ performed Rajasuya sacrifice

    (a)

    Perunarkilli

    (b)

    Mudukudumi Peruvazhuthi

    (c)

    Simuka

    (d)

    Athiyaman

  18. Ikshavakus wielded power in ______

    (a)

    Andhra-Karnataka region

    (b)

    Odisha

    (c)

    Deccan region

    (d)

    Banavasi

  19. The ___________ speaks of eight Chera kings, their territory and fame.

    (a)

    Patitrupathu

    (b)

    eleven Veliechieftains

    (c)

    The Pandyas

    (d)

    kalabras

  20. __________ seem to have created the impression that the ruling Kalabhras of the time were evil in nature.

    (a)

    Puranic school

    (b)

    south India

    (c)

    Vedic ideas

    (d)

    Sea-borne trade

  21. The most famous Saka kshatrap was ________

    (a)

    Moga

    (b)

    Rudradaman

    (c)

    Azes

    (d)

    Yesovarman

  22. Roman coins have been excavated at _________

    (a)

    Arikamedu

    (b)

    Adhichanallur

    (c)

    Puhar

    (d)

    Pallavaram

  23. They ceded land to ___________ the Sunga emperor who had usurped the throne after the last Mauryan ruler.

    (a)

    Vaniyampadi

    (b)

    Meandears

    (c)

    Pushyamitra

    (d)

    Numismatic

  24. The most famous of the Saka kshatrapas was ___________

    (a)

    Antialcidas

    (b)

    Bactria

    (c)

    Maues or Moa/Moga

    (d)

    Rudradaman

  25. Choose and match:

    Literary Works Author
    1.Dhanvantri Suryasiddantha
    2.Varahamihira Amarakosha
    3.Harisena Brihadsamhita
    4.Amarasimha Ayurveda
    (a)

    4,3,1,2

    (b)

    4,1,2,3

    (c)

    4,2,1,3

    (d)

    4,3,2,1

  26. ____________ is the notable lyric of Kalidasa.

    (a)

    Sankunthalam

    (b)

    Raghuvamsa

    (c)

    Kumarasambhava

    (d)

    Megaduta

  27. _____________ issued by Gupta kings contain legends and figures.

    (a)

    Gold

    (b)

    Coins

    (c)

    Silver

    (d)

    All the above

  28. ___________ was the first Gupta ruler to issue silver coins.

    (a)

    Chandrarupta I

    (b)

    Chandrarupta II

    (c)

    Gupta

    (d)

    None the these

  29. Prabakaravardhanagave his daughter Rajyasri in marriage_________

    (a)

    Grahavarman

    (b)

    Deva Gupta

    (c)

    Sasanka

    (d)

    Pushyaputi

  30. Which one of the following statements is wrong?

    (a)

    Dharmapala established Somapura Mahavihara

    (b)

    Ramapala wrote Ramacharitam

    (c)

    Mahipala Songs are still popular in rural parts of Bengal

    (d)

    Agama Shastra was written by Gaudapada

  31. In commemoration of his victory over Harsha, Pulikesin assumed the title of ______________

    (a)

    Bana's Harshacharita

    (b)

    Pushyabhuti

    (c)

    Prabakara Vardhana

    (d)

    Parameswara

  32. ____________ were appointed to dispense justice.

    (a)

    Mimamsakas

    (b)

    Banishment

    (c)

    Dharmapala

    (d)

    The Palas

  33. Choose and match

    1.Simhavishnu Chalukya
    2.Jayasimhan I Rashtrakuta
    3.Aditya I Dockyard
    4.Mamallapuram Chola king
    (a)

    4, 3, 1, 2

    (b)

    4, 1, 2, 3

    (c)

    2, 1, 4, 3

    (d)

    4, 3, 2, 1

  34. Kambuja is modern __________

    (a)

    Assam

    (b)

    Sumatra

    (c)

    Annam

    (d)

    Cambodia

  35. In the mid-eighth century, the Badami Chalukyas were overpowered and replaced by ____________.

    (a)

    the Rashtrakutas

    (b)

    wild boar

    (c)

    the Pallavas

    (d)

    karana

  36. _________ converted from Jainism to Saivism

    (a)

    Tribhuavacharya

    (b)

    the King Mangalesan

    (c)

    Appar

    (d)

    brahmadeya

  37. The world famous Khajuraho temple was built __________

    (a)

    Rashtrakutas

    (b)

    Tomaras

    (c)

    Chandelas

    (d)

    Paramaras

  38. Ibn Batuta was a traveller from_____

    (a)

    Morocco

    (b)

    Persia

    (c)

    Turkey

    (d)

    China

  39. _____________ marched on the fortress of Brahm ana bad where Daharwas stationed with a huge army.

    (a)

    Persian

    (b)

    Muhammad Qasim

    (c)

    Muizz- ud-din Muhammad

    (d)

    Muhamed qausim

  40. Who captured brahamanabad?

    (a)

    Persian

    (b)

    Muhammad Qasim

    (c)

    Muizz- ud-din Muhammad

    (d)

    Muhamed qausim

  41. The term _______________ refers to all Mongolic-speaking nomadic tribes of Central Asia.

    (a)

    Ala-ud-din

    (b)

    Mongol

    (c)

    Devagiri

    (d)

    Marriage alliances

  42. _______________ between families of noble men were permitted only with the consent of the Sultan.

    (a)

    Ala-ud-din

    (b)

    Mongol

    (c)

    Devagiri

    (d)

    Marriage alliances

  43. Corrupt ________________ were dealt with sternly.

    (a)

    royal officials

    (b)

    Mongol

    (c)

    Devagiri

    (d)

    Devagiri in Maharashtra

  44. Rajaraja I and Rajendra I jointly ruled the Chola kingdom for ____years.

    (a)

    3

    (b)

    2

    (c)

    5

    (d)

    4

  45. Match the Following

    1.Cantonments Padaividu
    2.Military outposts Dandanayagam
    3.Captain Nilai padai
    4.Commander-in-chief Padaimudali
    (a)

    1, 3, 4, 2

    (b)

    4, 2, 1, 3

    (c)

    2, 1, 3, 4

    (d)

    2, 3, 1, 4

  46. ____________ Vati runs in the north-south direction.

    (a)

    viceroys

    (b)

    vati

    (c)

    Vaykkal

    (d)

    Seethalai Saththanar

  47. ________________ runs in the east-west direction.

    (a)

    viceroys

    (b)

    vati

    (c)

    Vaykkal

    (d)

    Seethalai Saththanar

  48. The emblem of the Vijayanagar Kingdom was__________.

    (a)

    Varaha

    (b)

    Tiger

    (c)

    Fish

    (d)

    Bow

  49. Pudukkottai, a small principality, was a buffer between________.

    (a)

    Chola andVijayanagar Kingdoms

    (b)

    Chola and Pandya Kingdoms

    (c)

    Chera and Pandya Kingdodms

    (d)

    Chola and Chera Kingdoms

  50. Gawan served with great distinction as prime minister under___________.

    (a)

    Tughluqdynasty

    (b)

    Devagiri

    (c)

    Mohammad III

    (d)

    Madurai

  51. _________who declared independence in 1345 at Devagiri shifted his capital to Gulbarga.

    (a)

    Varaha

    (b)

    Rayavachakamu

    (c)

    Raichur doab

    (d)

    Zafar Khan

  52. _______was known as Koon Pandyan.

    (a)

    Mahendravarman I

    (b)

    Maravarman' Arikesari

    (c)

    Narasimhavarman

    (d)

    Sundara Pandyan

  53. ___________was the first to preach his doctrine of devotion in Hindi.

    (a)

    Ravidas

    (b)

    Ramananda

    (c)

    Kabir

    (d)

    Namadev

  54. The hymns of the Vaishnava saint ___________are compiled as Nalayira Divya Prabandham.

    (a)

    Vedic religion

    (b)

    Harappa

    (c)

    bhakti

    (d)

    Azhwar

  55. __________ regarded God as the supreme beauty and believed that one must admire it.

    (a)

    Darmasena

    (b)

    parapakkam

    (c)

    Vishistadvaita

    (d)

    Sufis

  56. __________could act as guides and preceptors.

    (a)

    Gurus

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Tazkirah-i-Auliya-i-Hind

    (d)

    Guru Govind Singh

  57. __________devotional songs were included in the Sikh Scriptures

    (a)

    Gurus

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Tazkirah-i-Auliya-i-Hind

    (d)

    Guru Govind Singh

  58. _____________was the last guru.

    (a)

    Gurus

    (b)

    Ravidas

    (c)

    Tazkirah-i-Auliya-i-Hind

    (d)

    Guru Govind Singh

  59. The fiscal administration of Akbar was largely based on the methods of ____________

    (a)

    Babur

    (b)

    Humayun

    (c)

    Sher Shah

    (d)

    Ibrahim Lodi

  60. _________was executed by Jahangir for instigating prince Khusrau to rebel.

    (a)

    Guru Arjan Dev

    (b)

    Guru Har Gobind

    (c)

    Guru Tegh Bahadur

    (d)

    Gum Har Rai

  61. ________was the founder of the Mughal empire which was established in 1526.

    (a)

    Babur

    (b)

    Ibrahim Lodi

    (c)

    Aurangzeb

    (d)

    Daulat Khan Lodi

  62. ____________built his own mausoleum in Sasaram.

    (a)

    Sher Shah

    (b)

    Mirza Hakim

    (c)

    Mansabdar

    (d)

    Tauhid-i-Ilahi

  63. ____________rank was divided into Zat and Sawar.

    (a)

    Sher Shah

    (b)

    Mirza Hakim

    (c)

    Mansabdar

    (d)

    Tauhid-i-Ilahi

  64. The _______ the members of the dynasty that ruled Iran patronising Shia Islam

    (a)

    Safavids

    (b)

    Sunni Islam

    (c)

    Babur

    (d)

    Humayun

  65. ______was succeeded by his son Salim with the title Nur-ud-din Jahangir.

    (a)

    lradat Khan

    (b)

    Mughal

    (c)

    Rani Durgavati

    (d)

    Akbar

  66. Treaty of Purandar was signed between Shivaji and _____ 

    (a)

    Afzalkhan

    (b)

    Shayistakhan

    (c)

    Jai Singh

    (d)

    Aurangazeb

  67. At the village level ______ was responsible for the remission of the revenue collections to the centre

    (a)

    Deshmukhs

    (b)

    Kulkarni

    (c)

    Kotwal

    (d)

    Patel

  68. Maratha rule in Thanjavur which started from 1674 continued until the death of ______ in 1832

    (a)

    Peshwa

    (b)

    Konkan

    (c)

    Serfoji II

    (d)

    Shivaji

  69. _______ made himself familiar with the hilly areas around Poona.

    (a)

    Shivaji

    (b)

    the Marathas

    (c)

    Raghunath Rao

    (d)

    Kotwal

  70. The clerks and menials were paid for ________ months in a year.

    (a)

    10 or 11

    (b)

    8 or 9

    (c)

    10 or 12

    (d)

    9 or 11

  71. towns and cities the chief officer was the ________ 

    (a)

    Patel

    (b)

    Nayakrule

    (c)

    Raghunath Rao

    (d)

    Kotwal

  72. _________was the gateway to west Asia and Europe.

    (a)

    Diu

    (b)

    Calcutta

    (c)

    Bombay

    (d)

    Surat

  73. ______served as the Coromandel headquarters of the Dutch East India Company.

    (a)

    Karaikal

    (b)

    Pulicat

    (c)

    Masulipatnam

    (d)

    Madras

  74. _______was inherited by Charles II as dowry, which he transferred to the English East India Company.

    (a)

    Madras

    (b)

    Calcutta

    (c)

    Bombay

    (d)

    Delhi

  75. Robert Clive consolidated the British rule in India by winning the________

    (a)

    Carnatic wars

    (b)

    Seven Years' Wars

    (c)

    Battle of Buxar

    (d)

    Battle of Plassey

  76. ________had also tried to extend his empire in the east beyond Bihar by conquering Bengal

    (a)

    Akbar

    (b)

    Todar Mal

    (c)

    Chennai

    (d)

    governor

  77. _________was a small fishing village in 1673.

    (a)

    Weaving

    (b)

    Clashes

    (c)

    Dutch

    (d)

    Pondicherry

  78. A________. a royal command or authorization.

    (a)

    Factory

    (b)

    firman

    (c)

    Tarangambadi

    (d)

    island of Bombay

  79. The Danish Fort built in.________

    (a)

    Factory

    (b)

    firrnan

    (c)

    Tarangambadi

    (d)

    island of Bombay

  80. __________known as Frederick the Great of Prussia

    (a)

    Sir Thomas Roe

    (b)

    Fort St. William

    (c)

    Frederick II

    (d)

    La Bourdonnais

  81. ______________ was passed to regulate the Company affairs in India.

    (a)

    Regulating Act (1773)

    (b)

    The Pitt India Act (1784)

    (c)

    Charter Act (1813)

    (d)

    Charter Act (1833)

  82. ______________ introduced the ryotwari System.

    (a)

    Cornwallis

    (b)

    Thomas Munro

    (c)

    Robert Clive

    (d)

    Warren Hastings

  83. The ____________ was restored to Shuja-ud-daula on the payment of war indemnity.

    (a)

    Diwan's duty

    (b)

    Nizam's function

    (c)

    Vansittart's decision

    (d)

    province of Oudh

  84. The ____________ separated the civil and military establishments in India.

    (a)

    Warren Hastings

    (b)

    Nawab of Bengal

    (c)

    Pitt India Act

    (d)

    Mahalwari

  85. _____________ meaning a peasant or cultivator the proprietor and tax payer of the land.

    (a)

    Cornwallis

    (b)

    pattas

    (c)

    raiyah

    (d)

    cash

  86. Every district was divided into ____________ is police circles.

    (a)

    Presidency

    (b)

    Rani Lakshmi Bai

    (c)

    thanas

    (d)

    Alexander Duff

  87. _________________ appointed the first Governor General of united India reformed the society by suppressing thuggee.

    (a)

    William Bentinck

    (b)

    Land revenue

    (c)

    Lord Dalhousie

    (d)

    laissez faire

  88. Tipu Sultan's capture of ____________led to the third Anglo-Mysore War.

    (a)

    Calicut

    (b)

    Coorg

    (c)

    Cranganore

    (d)

    Dindigul

  89. ___________defeated Nana Sahib's forus during the 1857 Rebelliion

    (a)

    Henry Lawrence

    (b)

    Major General Havelock

    (c)

    Sir Hugh Wheeler

    (d)

    General Neill

  90. _________his general Fazalullah Khan marched on Madurai and Tirunelver

    (a)

    Captain Nixon

    (b)

    Colonel Braithwaite

    (c)

    Nizam ofHyderabad

    (d)

    Louis XVI

  91. The________ supplied resources and even troops for the British.

    (a)

    Captain Nixon

    (b)

    Colonel Braithwaite

    (c)

    Nizam of Hyderabad

    (d)

    Louis XVI

  92. ______in the meantime overran the kingdom of Thanjavur.

    (a)

    Haider

    (b)

    Tipu

    (c)

    Nawab of Areot

    (d)

    Ariyanayaga Mudaliyar

  93. _______wanted to send an expedition to punish Veera Pandiyan but the Madras administration did not agree.

    (a)

    Mafuskhan

    (b)

    Nawab of Arcot

    (c)

    Collector Jackson

    (d)

    VijayaRagunatha Tondaiman

  94. _________Raja of Pudukottai, captured Kattabomman from the jungles of Kalapore and handed him over to the enemy

    (a)

    Mafuskhan

    (b)

    Nawab of Arcot

    (c)

    Collector Jackson

    (d)

    Vijaya Ragunatha Tondaiman

  95. "The Father of Indian Renaissance" was________

    (a)

    Swami Vivekananda

    (b)

    Swami Vivekananda

    (c)

    Raja Rammohan Roy

    (d)

    Atmaram Pandurang

  96. Assertion (A): SyedAhmadKhan founded a modem school at Aligath, which developed into the Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College. 
    He Reason (R):wanted to promote English education among the Muslims.

    (a)

    A is correct; R is the correct explanation of A

    (b)

    A is wrong ; R is correct

    (c)

    Both A and R are wrong

    (d)

    A is correct; R is not the correct explanation of A

  97. __________was the first province to be affected by the British influence

    (a)

    Bengal

    (b)

    Rationalism

    (c)

    Utilitarians

    (d)

    practice of sati

  98. _________as the basis for ethical thin~g, the idea of human progress and evolution.

    (a)

    Bengal

    (b)

    Rationalism

    (c)

    Utilitarians

    (d)

    practice of sati

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